Re: It's not that simple
""Everybody knows it's still legal to kill a Welshman with a bow and arrow."
Only in Chester on a sunday... sorry"
Unfortunately not. The claim surrounding this one dates back to 1403, and a City Ordinance imposing a curfew on Welshman in Chester that was ironically issued by Henry, Prince of Wales, in response to Welsh uprisings in the city. The decree has since been superseded by boring old murder and manslaughter laws though, so put those longbows away.